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Tireloc Bealock System

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by white_knight, Oct 11, 2001.

  1. white_knight

    white_knight 1/2 ton status

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    On the general forum I am told that Stephen from ORD uses this beadlock system

    I'd like to get some info on it.

    How good is it?
    Any comments would be appreciated

    I have one contact that carries them.

    Does ORD and if so what's the cost

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  2. Stephen

    Stephen 1/2 ton status Moderator Vendor

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    I actually tried to get a set of tirelocs and the deal fell through at the very last minute. Trail Ready came through for us in a big way, they turned out the first set of 16.5" beadlocks in a week right before TTC!
    I don't have any experience with the tirelocs, but it's a neat sounding system with a lot of cool benefits. My only problem was the supply at the time, and working with a "dealer" that wasn't really a dealer.
    Now that I have the beadlock wheels, I don't have any problems with keeping and running them, they've worked out great. No problems with the inner bead like I thought I might have and they're pretty nice wheels too. For really low pressure the tirelocs are the only way in a 16.5, but my K5 gets pretty squirrelly with less than 10 psi or so in the tires so that's not a huge concern for me.

    That's about all I know.

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